Parenting Tips

February 14, 2019

Let’s Celebrate Valentine’s Day Differently!

February 7, 2019

This Season of Love, Plan that Perfect Family Vacation

Planning that perfect family vacation With spring just around the corner and the season of love in full bloom, planning a family vacation can be relaxing and refreshing. And what better way to express our love for our family than to spend time with them. A great time to bond with your little ones and spend some quality time together, family vacations are a getaway from the daily routine lives that we live. A digital detox holiday, free of any form of screen-time is something that we, as parents should […]
January 31, 2019

The Fascinating Connection Between Music and Mathematics

Music and Mathematics have traditionally inhabited different worlds in our mind space. Music is associated with the ‘Arts Stream’ – something that is relaxing and good to pursue as a hobby while Math is pure science – associated with intelligence, analytical skills, and financial success. Therefore, in our education system, math is a core and compulsory subject from get-go and music is extracurricular as they call it an option. Some children might decide to learn music and some children might not, but everybody has to do Math until the 10th […]
January 23, 2019

The Power of Play

It was a usual day when I was skimming through my WhatsApp groups and came across a forward which quoted “Life was simpler when Apple and Blackberry were just fruits”.  I had read this forward so many number of times but when you become a mom you start looking at life differently. Suddenly my thoughts were on what my little one would face 10-15 years down the line and the next moment I started remembering how my life was 10-15 years ago. Times were not simpler, I feel they were […]
January 16, 2019

The Importance of Early Years Education

Did you know that 700 to 1000 neural connections are formed each second in the infant’s brain and by the time the child turns 3, his or her ability to speak, learn, reason and speak are well developed? Early childhood education Around a decade or two ago, the concept of early childhood education for our little ones was not something that was really researched on or even talked about for that matter! In yesteryears, our discussions about early child education from birth to 5 years of age would primarily mean […]
January 8, 2019

The True Joy of Giving!

Ayushman (nicknamed Koko) is my 3-year old sunshine. My blog comprises letters I write to him. Dearest Koko, Thank you for being such a helpful and wise little man at times. You may not remember this, but you helped mommy out of quite a fix this week. We grown-ups, with our grown-up problems, often complicate things that are really very simple. I am no different. We were organising a donation drive in office, and I was wracking my brain to come up with a witty campaign line. After I picked […]
December 21, 2018

This Year Bring in the Cheer in a Different Way!

December 12, 2018

Parenting Tips For Child Care

December 10, 2018

The Making of a Fussy Eater

November 30, 2018

What to do about my child’s appetite?

November 23, 2018

Hey ya, Supermom… You’re just an illusion!

November 13, 2018

Eat, Sleep, Walk, Repeat: Incorporating nutrition and fitness in our daily schedules

October 26, 2018

The Magic of Laughter!

October 18, 2018

Bind Your Child With Love, Laughter, And Trust To Raise An Emotionally Strong Individual

October 9, 2018

Put Your Own Mask On Before Assisting Others